Azza Inferno 310 Mid Tower Case Review

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Azza Inferno 310 Mid Tower Case Review

Azza might not be one of the most recognized names in the PC industry, however they have been in business for over 20 years while distributing hardware under their own name since 2009.  Focused on gaming products, their product line includes power supplies, keyboards, mice, monitors and PC cases.  Azza strives to provide hardware to meet the needs of PC gamers while still keeping it affordable.

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Last year was definitely the year of Tempered Glass on cases, this year everybody is integrating RGB into everything possible.  Azza has recently released a mid tower ATX case that includes both of these elements in the Inferno 310.  At a quick glance at the specs, we see that the Inferno 310 includes three 120mm fans, RGB controller, a tempered glass side panel, support for ATX motherboards, long graphics cards (up to 380mm), up to 360mm AIO liquid cooling, USB 3.1 Gen 1 and a 5.25″ device bay, with an $89.99 price tag.  There are also a ton of promotions going on for the Inferno 310 right now. For example if you purchase it before October 31, 2017 there is a $20 rebate available too and if you use promo code AZZAOCT17 there is 10% off that expires October 23, 2017. If you happen to buy this case today you’ll get get it shipped to your door for $60.99 after rebate!

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case – Packaging Information

Packaging for the Inferno 310 is pretty standard a brown cardboard box with plenty of information on it to allow the consumer to know what they have, should you happen to find it in a retail location.  On the front (and back), you get a picture of the case which really doesn’t do it justice.  On the two side panels, Azza has placed the detailed specifications.

Features and Specifications:

  • The Hurricane RGB fans can connect to and communicate directly with RGB-compatible motherboards, eliminating the need for a control box to act as a middleman.
  • Supports up to 360mm water cooling radiator
  • High-Quality tempered glass side panel allows for clear visuals to inner components
Azza Inferno 310 Specifications
Model Name Inferno
Model Number CSAZ-310
Type ATX Mid-Tower
Color Black (exterior) / Black (interior)
Side Panel Tempered Glass with Rubber Mounts
Max CPU Cooler Height Up to 155mm
Max VGA Card Length Up to 380mm
Water Cooling Radiator Front:  up to 280mm

Top: up to 360mm

Power Supply Location Rear Bottom
RGB  Light Effects 2x Hurricane RGB Fans

RGB Logo Plate

RGB Front Panel

All RGB light effects controlled by external button

Expansion External

5.25″ Drive Bays:  1

Internal

2.5″ Drive Bays up to 4 (2 with metal tray)

3.5″ Drive Bays up to 2

Expansion Slots 7

Front Ports 2x USB 3.0; HD Audio, Mic
Cooling System 2x120mm Azza Hurricane RGB Fan in Front

120mm black fan in rear

Available Fan Ports Front:  2x120mm or 2x140mm

Top:  3x120mm or 2x140mm

Rear:  1x120mm or 1x140mm

Dimensions (HxWxD) 480x205x475mm or 18.9×8.1×18.7 inch
Weight 6.7kg
Warranty  1 Year

 

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case – Internal Packaging

The packaging of the case itself isn’t very exciting to look at, however I did want to point out that while Azza uses standard plastic foam blocks to protect the case, the blocks are reinforced with a cardboard layer.

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case

Azza Inferno 310 Mid-Tower Case – Accessory Pack

Azza includes a very small accessory pack with the Inferno 310, the required screws, standoffs, and user manual are all here.  The user manual is pretty simple, providing some exploded views of the case components, information on the front I/O panel, graphics card and hard drive installation, and various cooling options.  Without any additional cable ties, cable management will be little more of a challenge.

Let’s take a look around the Azza Inferno 310 before open it up and build a system in it.

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  • Sic Semper Beats

    lol how can they manage to repeatedly make the worst looking computer cases .

    • Steven Kean

      lol Old saying…Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Not all cases will match up to any one person’s expectations. I’m sure there are some out there that will love the style of the case 🙂

    • Sean Kumar Sinha

      I really don’t think it looks bad. Kind of similar to the Corsair Spec-04 and those style of cases. It’s not my style, but I don’t think it looks horrible.